NLSIU is organizing Two Day Law Teachers’ International Seminar on ‘Critical Reflections on the Methodology of Teaching ‘Law’ in India’.
2nd and 3rd December, 2016 [Friday & Saturday].
The Seminar aims to look into
Teaching – learning techniques and processes in law schools
Avenues to expand legal education merely beyond imparting the knowledge of law
Ways to foster better use of legal resources for effective learning and refining professional skills
Moving from teaching methods to teaching processes- like setting teaching goals, developing a methodology, evolving techniques to connect teaching and learning
Developing effective mechanisms for legal writing, oral communication and argumentative skills among students and teachers.
Who should attend?
Law teachers, Professors of Law, Teaching Assistants, Research Associates, Institutional Administrators, researchers and stakeholders in legal education.
Call for Papers
Those who are interested to contribute to the broad theme for the workshop may send their material/write up/article on the theme and title of the workshop. We invite original, well researched, experience-oriented sharing papers on the theme of the conference.
Short write up of 1500 words, short articles of 3,000 words and articles upto 5000 words shall be accepted. We propose to publish the submitted articles in the form of a book, which will be NLSIU book series-5. Each presenter may be allotted 10 to 15 minutes.
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